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2015 party manifesto analysis

CPRE policy staff have summarised the main manifestos of the five major political parties focusing on their content in relation to CPRE's agenda. Please note these summaries only cover headline issues and do not address the contents of supplementary policy documents issued by any of the parties. If you have questions or observations about these summaries please contact CPRE via the switchboard or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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After the decision notice

CPRE Essex trustee John Drake relates his personal experiences of trying to improve a development after planning approval. His report will be an invaluable resource to all campaigners who want to ensure local authorities use all of their powers to ensure new developments have the best possible design and minimise their impact on countryside and communities. It will also illustrate some gaps in process and available powers.

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CPRE Parliamentary News - Autumn 2016

  • New Model Farming
  • Neighbourhood Planning Bill
  • Heathrow Expansion
  • Newsflash: National Infrastructure Commission Lecture
  • Making the Link: Higher Density Housing
  • Waste Not, Want Not: Building on Brownfield
  • Branch Focus - Friends of the Lake District: Power Underground!

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CPRE Parliamentary News - Spring 2016

  • Neighbourhood Planning and Infrastructure Bill
  • EU Referendum
  • New Planning Guidance and the Countryside
  • Night Blight: New Maps of England's Light Pollution and Dark Skies
  • Rural Proofing the Buses Bill
  • Branch Focus - CPRE London: Metropolitan Green Belt

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CPRE Parliamentary News - summer 2015

  • Give peace a chance
  • Getting Houses Built
  • Warm and Green
  • Branch focus: Formby asparagus
  • Green Belt under siege: the NPPF three years on

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CPRE Parliamentary News - winter 2015

  • Set up to fail: Why housing targets based on flawed numbers threaten our countryside
  • Housing and Planning Bill
  • Newsflash: National Parks
  • CPRE at the conferences
  • Right infrastructure for right reasons
  • CPRE London: Off the beaten track

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CPRE Parliamentary News - Winter 2017

  • Housing White Paper Special
  • CPRE’s Chief Executive is moving on
  • Major Development in National Parks
  • Infrastructure and the Countryside
  • CPRE Sussex: Making Places
  • Don’t Bottle it

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CPRE Parliamentary news April 2012

Our newsletter sent to MPs.

In this issue:

  • Ministers listen to concerns on Planning Framework
  • Planning Framework - CPRE's view

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Our newsletter sent to MPs.

In this issue:

  • Help us to break the England's bag habit
  • Supporting our local food webs
  • Wind turbines and the countryside
  • Threats to the Green Belt
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Our newsletter sent to MPs.

In this issue:

  • From Wasted Space to Living Spaces
  • Landscapes for Everyone
  • Break the Bag Habit
  • Road reform
  • Branch focus - local hustings
  • The Rural Challenge 2015
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The communications pack for the 2015 general election includes:

  • Template letter to contact local newspapers
  • Template letter to contact Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs)
  • PR template
  • Template press release
  • Social media guidelines for posting in the run up to the election
  • Key facts on rural affordable housing
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